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S. Potirakis
University of the West
CriticalitySpontaneous symmetry breakingMOSFETIntermittencyPower law
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The scope of this work is to serve as a guiding tool against subjective estimations on real pandemic situations (mainly due to the inability to acquire objective real data over whole populations). The previously introduced model of closed self-organized criticality (SOC), is adapted in the case of a virus-induced epidemic. In this version this physical model can distinguish the virus spread according to the virus aggressiveness. The study presented, highlights the critical value of virus density...
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Last. S. PotirakisH-Index: 1
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The previously introduced model of self-organized criticality, is adapted in the case of a virus-induced epidemic. The study presented in the following lines, highlights the critical value of virus density over a population. For low values of the initial virus density (lower than the critical value) it is proved that the virus-diffusion behavior safe and it is quantitatively similar to usual real epidemical data. The study reveals that very close to the critical point, the critical slowing-down ...
#1Y. Contoyiannis (UWest: University of the West)H-Index: 1
#2S. Potirakis (UWest: University of the West)H-Index: 1
Last. Christoforos G. Theodorou (LAHC: Los Angeles Harbor College)H-Index: 10
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Abstract The drain current in nanoscale fully depleted ultra-thin body and buried oxide n-MOSFETs is studied in terms of critical dynamics. The time series formed by the measured current through the channel of the MOSFET, appears to have the form of random telegraph noise (RTN). This timeseries is analyzed by the Method of Critical Fluctuation (MCF). Its dynamics are compatible with critical intermittency. According to the quantitative analysis performed, the current-value distributions are comp...
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